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"For the past five years, there have been solutions promised to the community by many, yet no one has delivered," said Armstrong Williams.
600 million Indians face high to extreme water stress
The project is projected to help over fifty early-childhood development centers, around seventy-nine schools in Uitenhage and KwaNobuhle, four health clinics and around 3,400 individual households.
The Kinneret has been steadily rising, increasing by some 4 inches since Thursday.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
Water towers were erected to regulate the water pressure in inhabited areas. But from the start they had more than one purpose.
By TEHILA BIGMAN
Prof. Hadas Mamane said she wants to “change the world,” but she is not only doing it for the people she helps.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
An external water tank carrying up to 1,500 liters of water, a 500 liter fuel tank for long operations, emergency lighting and WiFi can also be added to the vehicle.
By EYTAN HALON
"Water planning here is among the best in the world and the integration of waste water and agriculture is unique.”
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
New law bill aims to reduce the number of operating water companies.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Barbara Cole’s underwater photographs give a feeling of buoyancy or weightlessness to everyone who looks at them.
By BARRY DAVIS
This comes on the backdrop of King Abdullah's announcement last month that he would not renew a 25-year lease allowing Israeli farmers to access two plots of land.
By VICTOR CABRERA/THE MEDIA LINE
"Watergen is honored to share the benefits of Israeli water technology to the people of Vietnam by providing them with a fundamental lifeline of drinking water," said Watergen's president.
Israeli water diplomacy: A path towards Israel’s normalization in the Middle East and the world.
By NOAM BEDEIN
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